Lover of manatees and matinees (the second is an assumption), Anneliese Toft sat down with us to review the classic 2003 film Lost Treasure. Just kidding, none of us cared about that, but we did use it as a starting point to learn about Bratz, the movie AND doll, the man who converted Jane Roe, and the man who dreamed of cantilevered women.
The Bears' biggest Cubs fan, Scott Goldstein, took time from behind home plate to talk with us about the Romans' goddess of love. From there, we learned of the disappointing facts of Gertrude Stein, a famous Roman satire involving incontinence, and garbage people around the world.
Fresh-faced Grant Gigot goins us to talk about English informants small and Super. From there we try to make up new rhyming slangs, a big deal train robbery, and a program that definitely did not give your hosts new names and a cover as podcast hosts. Definitely did not.
An objectively fit Alex Trepka joined us to talk about a much historied and very proud Indiana glee club. From there, we learned of pre-diabetic concerns, cartoon cat music, and a tightly controlled vision of the urban tomorrow.